January Book Discussion

Now that the holidays have past we are gearing up for the next book discussion.  There is only going to be one fiction bookclub discussion this month and we will be reading Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury.  This is a science fiction classic that examines a world that burns books and the knowledge within.  Be sure to stop in January 15th at 1pm to join our discussion.  Our non-fiction book chat for February will be on the 5th and we will be looking at Adversity Is My Angel by Raul H. Castro.  This is an autobiography about Castro’s life and career as governor of Arizona.

We have been hearing wonderful things from our customers these days, specifically in regards to our Facebook page and our newsletter.  We have recently revised our newsletter and people are loving the new book trivia question that we have included.  Be sure to check out the newsletter and keep up-to-date with all of the store’s events and additional book reviews.  Also, become a Mostly Books Facebook fan and read a fun book quote or find out which author is having a birthday every day.  Did you know that J.R. Tolkein just had his birthday this week, well you would if are a fan.  And, as always, we love to hear what our customers are reading.  One of our regulars stop in to tell us to check out the mystery novel Girl with Skirt of Stars by Jennifer Kitchell, which at least one of our staff members quickly jotted down in order to read later.  So keep giving us feedback, we love to keep in touch with our customers.


2 comments on “January Book Discussion

    • If you are interested in attending our book discussions, simply show up at the store on the appropriate day. Our discussions are always held at 1pm and they are typically the first and third Saturday of every month. The first Saturday discussion is normally a non-fiction piece and the third Saturday is a fiction piece. Keep checking the blog, or stop in the store, to find out what we will be reading next. February 5th we will be discussing Adversity is my Angel by Raul H. Castro and February 19th we will be discussing Outlander by Diana Gabaldon. We hope to see you there.
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